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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: Percentage chart showing extent of DNA fragmentation in (a) measurements without DNA fragmentation (orange) and DNA fragmentation (blue) on C6 Plus without adjustment when compared with C6 standard. In measurements without DNA fragmentation, it could not differentiate the false-positive measurements and all were identified as true-negative measurements. However, in measurements with DNA fragmentation, it incorrectly identified 40% of measurements as false negative and only 60% as true positive, (b) same measurements on C6 Plus after adjustment. The number of false -positive measurements without DNA fragmentation was significantly low. Majority of the measurements were correctly identified as true positive in case of DNA fragmentation. TN: true negative; FP: false positive; FN: false negative; TP: true positive.

Figure 3: Percentage chart showing extent of DNA fragmentation in (<b>a</b>) measurements without DNA fragmentation (orange) and DNA fragmentation (blue) on C6 Plus without adjustment when compared with C6 standard. In measurements without DNA fragmentation, it could not differentiate the false-positive measurements and all were identified as true-negative measurements. However, in measurements with DNA fragmentation, it incorrectly identified 40% of measurements as false negative and only 60% as true positive, (<b>b</b>) same measurements on C6 Plus after adjustment. The number of false -positive measurements without DNA fragmentation was significantly low. Majority of the measurements were correctly identified as true positive in case of DNA fragmentation. TN: true negative; FP: false positive; FN: false negative; TP: true positive.